Greater  Kansas  City  
Employee  Benefit 
Professionals  Association

February Luncheon Meeting

  • 13 Feb 2015
  • 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DoubleTree Hotel, Overland Park, KS

Registration

  • A current member of EBPA.
  • This provides registration for more than one member at a time.

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A Healthy Workforce: How Workers' Comp and Wellness Programs Go Together

“Wellness” has run the risk of becoming an irrelevant after-thought within the Corporate-Suite world due to poor planning, poor management, and most importantly – an inability to produce transparent ROI’s.

If we are to manage workplace injury, healthcare cost, and cultural aspects of our companies in meaningful ways – we must expand the definition of wellness to incorporate AND integrate the entire spectrum of our companies’ dollars that are lost through ineffective, or inexistent, wellness initiatives.


Most safety professionals are interested in the health of the workforce as it relates to doing the job, and have some workers’ compensation related responsibilities, but the ability to complete the essential functions of the job is both a health and wellness issue.

This presentation will outline how new wellness initiatives can benefit the full continuum of a healthy workforce by integrating the job requirements into the wellness program. Most importantly, this presentation will outline a meaningful return on investment for workplace wellness programs.

The attendee will

  • understand how the health of the workforce impacts the success of their business.
  • learn how comprehensive wellness programs and investment on prevention will provide a return on investment through tax credits and tax subsidies.
  • learn about the financial impact of comprehensive wellness programs.
Our speaker is Matthew Condon, J.D./MBA, CEO of Bardavon Health Innovations, LLC. A licensed attorney, Matt is recognized as a national thought leader on Business, Entrepreneurialism and the Health and speaks throughout the country about the nexus between data, healthcare, and industry.


The registration fee is $36 for members and $46 for nonmembers.

One hour of CE credit is available from Kansas and Missouri. Only 2014 and 2015 members are eligible to receive the CE credits.

There is a 48 hour cancellation policy.

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